See the end of this post if you don’t follow what I am talking about http://michaelsbookshop.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/plane-tales-from-bookshop-manston.html
For me the interesting part is the peculiar game being played by RiverOak by sending the documents to all TDC councillors without putting them on one of their various websites, so they are in that strange position of being partly in the public domain.
To me the distribution of these documents followed by the inevitable leakage into the public domain combined with RiverOak stating publicly that the had relinquished confidentiality requirements relating to the documents seems a very strange move.
I would think it would be difficult for any level of government to deal with an organisation that acted in this way and as far as I can see leaves the council in a difficult position.
RiverOak distributing documents directly to councillors who obviously have no confidentiality agreement with RiverOak sees to fall in to the “Dear Honourable Councillor” bracket of one of RiverOak’s previous emails.
http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/catalogue/1997_twilight_of_pistons.htm the sample pages should of interest to some people.